Yang Yin case: House of elderly widow goes unsold after auction

The 31,882 sq ft property at 2F, Gerald Crescent, off Yio Chu Kang Road, comprises a bungalow that sits on land about the size of half a football field that has a 999-year lease that started in 1879. ST PHOTO: GAVIN FOO
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SINGAPORE - The house that former China tour guide Yang Yin nearly swindled from a rich Singaporean widow has gone unsold despite being put up for sale by auction.

Two bids were received but neither matched the minimum price of $35 million.

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